Best Tours in Greece
Why private tours in Greece : Because you will always find more to explore...
On the right of the page, after discussions with a lot of people, here are the pros and cons, using all available methods, for touring in Greece.
Also you could see (below) with details all the places we recommend you should visit (if you have the time) in Greece. Some of them you can explore from Athens with half day or full day tours.
Also you could
travel to all of these destinations (and further) with
an overnight stay, which is better than daily tours
because you don’t have to return to Athens and be stuck
in the traffic. Instead you will spend every night at
a different beautiful traditional Greek village or town.
Definitely a lifetime experience
BEST PRIVATE TOURS - LET US TAKE YOU TO HIDDEN AND KNOWN PLACES ALL AROUND GREECE: Visit Greece at Christmas and Easter - Christmas in Greece - Easter in Greece
If you prefer to stay in Athens there are endless attractions here too, day and night.
The Acropolis crowned by the Parthenon visible from any part of the city, the old city of Plaka, which is the original Athens when it was declared capital of independent Greece. The Ancient Agora (market place) countless museums where every possible artifact can be admired. Wherever you wish to travel with us, whether, on a day trip in Athens, a full day excursion or even a week long trip, we guarantee you will see the real Greece. It will be a holiday you’ll treasure and will remain unforgettable. Temple of Poseidon at Sounion with its breathtaking sunsets.
In Central Greece, Delphiwith its famous Oracle, '' the navel of the world '' on the slops of the Mount. Parnassus.
In west Arcadia and the Peloponnesian's hidden treasure ''Epicureous Apollo''.
The Byzantine city of Mystras with the middle ages houses, castles, churches and monasteries from 10thand 11th Century, which provided havens in the Byzantine Empire and Sparta. The Ancient Messini - Ithomi
Further a field you can explore the Mani with its austere tower houses and dramatic shores. Gorgeous Monemvasia built on an island rock attached by a causeway to the mainland. Tower house Pyrgos Kapetanakou (Photo) situated in Areopolis the capital of Mani on the south coast of the Peloponnesus has been converted into a pension.
Meteora with its monasteries perched on towering pinnacles of rock, where those famous religious caskets are lifted on twirling conglomerate pillars, mark the eastern frontier of the Pindus, which is the backbone of northern Greece
Pelion. Legend has it that this mountain was the summer resort of the Gods of Olympus and the magic country of the Centaur. It rises, imposing and green, above Volos between the Pagasitic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. Here in the magnetic atmosphere of the Pelioritic Landscape, history mingles with legend, the wild with the tranquil, yesterday with today.
Vergina (in Greek Βεργίνα) is a small town in northern Greece, located in the prefecture of Imathia, Central Macedonia. The town became internationally famous in 1977, when the Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos unearthed what he claimed was the burial site of the kings of Macedon, including the tomb of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. Thessaloníke second-largest city in Greece and the capital of Macedonia, the nation's largest region.
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